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PSO Announces Coming Season

Pianist Inon Barnatan leans against a grand piano

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) and Music Director
Rossen Milanov have announced a 2022-2023 Season with guest
artists and varied programming, including lesser known works and
a range of genres.

Latin and Spanish, English, American, Italian, and Eastern
European sounds will be heard among works by Joaquín Turina,
Ruperto Chapí, Edward Elgar, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber,
George Gershwin, Gioachino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi, Alexander
Borodin, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Audiences will also hear
symphonies by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky as well as newer works
by Jessie Montgomery and Carlos Simon. The U.S. premiere of
Marcos Fernandez’ America and the world premiere of William
Harvey’s Seven Decisions of Gandhi, with Harvey as solo violinist,
are also on the schedule.

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